Justin C. Capek is a fearless, enthusiastic young attorney who began his career as an attorney with Schatz & Steinberg immediately after graduating law school in May 2017. He works closely with Mr. Steinberg in providing zealous, aggressive advocacy for each and every one of our clients. Soon after passing the bar exam in October 2017, Justin successfully litigated a motion to suppress evidence in a multiple-count, complex corrupt organizations case in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania. After spending countless hours researching applicable case law and writing his motion prior to trial, Justin successfully precluded the government from introducing extensive GPS tracking evidence obtained as the byproduct of an illegal seizure of the client’s cell phone. Out of 5 co-defendants in that criminal matter, Justin was the only attorney successful in litigating a pre-trial motion on behalf of their client.

Although his legal career has only just begun, Justin avidly endeavors to expand his skills and continues to successfully represent our clients in a variety of criminal matters in both federal and state courts of Pennsylvania. As a fiercely committed and eager litigator, Justin also assists the firm in handling juvenile adjudications, landlord/tenant disputes, small claim complaints, and traffic citations. He approaches each case as an opportunity to further sharpen his litigation skills in order provide our clients with expert legal representation in a variety of forums.


Schatz & Steinberg
Criminal Defense Attorney
2017 – Present


Temple University
Juris Doctor, J.D.

Pennsylvania State University
Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and Philosophy

Valley Forge Military Academy
Magna Cum Laude

Rate us and Write a Review

How was the lawyer's communication skills in explaining your case?

How was the lawyer's responsiveness to your calls and/or emails?

How would you rate the quality of service that you recieved?

How do you feel the value of the service provided was relative to the cost?


Your review is recommended to be at least 140 characters long